The Master of Fine Arts degree in Writing for Screen and Television, is an intensive two-year degree program that concentrates on writing for narrative film and television. During the course of their studies, students benefit from a wide array of internship and mentorship opportunities available as a result of the university's close links to the Los Angeles film industry's top screenwriters, directors, production companies and studios. Course work includes practical instruction in...
It appears this year's application season has slowed down as traffic to the site has decreased... If you've been accepted a big hearty CONGRATULATIONS from me and I hope the site was a help to you in the process.
For those that didn't get in this year, DON'T GIVE UP and there's always next year. I hope the site and it's community will continue to be a source of inspiration and knowledge for you.
Please be sure to blog about your film school experience on our...
I thought it would be helpful to create threads revolving around the interviews coming up. I plan to share my interview experience with AFI, NYU and Columbia, but I wanted to get this thread up here for people who might have interviews earlier and want to share their experience in each of the interviews. Hope this will be helpful!
@HBG asked for a dedicated Tisch thread, so here goes.
For those who did not see my earlier posts, Susan Carnival told me last Thursday that invites for grad film applicants will go out over the next two weeks. So we should expect emails/calls the weeks of Feb. 13 and Feb.20. I'm attaching a screenshot of her email.
I know the Google track sheet shows some people received invites earlier, but that's what she told me. Also, @HBG called the...
Noticed there wasn't a USC-focused MFA writing thread, so figured I would kick things off with this observation.
I was obsessively scanning the various spreadsheets of year's past today (as you do), and noticed that today (Feb. 20) was when acceptance letters started to trickle in for Screenwriting applicants back in 2015. Now granted the wait in 2016 was a tad bit longer (the first one wasn't reported until March 4), but still, the point remains: I think we've actually reached the point...
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